Show #5879 - Thursday, March 18, 2010

2009-2010 Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational quarterfinal game 7.

Contestants

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Cheech Marin, an actor, comedian, director, writer and musician from Lost

Aisha Tyler, an actress, comedian, author and reality-show host from Archer

Anderson Cooper, an anchor from CNN's Anderson Cooper 360°

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Jeopardy! Round

IS THIS PLACE FOR REAL?
ACTING THE PART
360
THE CONTINENT WHERE YOU'LL FIND...
UTENSILS
"TALK" SOUP
    $200 21
Peter Pan was from this imaginary place
    $200 6
This guy, as Conan the Barbarian, on what's best in life: "to crush your enemies... & to hear the lamentation of their women"
    $200 16
There are 360 points of contact on the body to "needle" you in this Chinese medical specialty
    $200 1
The Sonoran Desert
    $200 23
This graduated tube with a rubber bulb is used to suck up liquid & drizzle it over meat, like a turkey on Thanksgiving
    $200 11
2-word "communications" term for the format of Rush Limbaugh & others
    $400 22
This heralded city was home to the court of King Arthur & his knights of the round table
    $400 7
Playing Michael Corleone, this actor said, "I know it was you, Fredo. You broke my heart. You broke my heart!"
    $400 17
Of genus Sequoia, the tallest living trees are these colorful Californians, some 360 feet tall
    $400 2
Ankara
    $400 24
Be it eggs or cream, you can whip it real good with this 5-letter wire utensil
    $400 12
This type of intimate conversation named for a cushion usually occurs in a bedroom
    $600 28
It's the city that Batman calls home (Bruce Wayne too)
    $600 8
This comedian, as Ron Burgundy: "I love scotch. Scotchy, scotch, scotch. Here it goes down, down into my belly"
    $600 18
In a circle there are 360 of these units
    $600 3
The Atlas Mountains
    $600 25
A butcher's knife heavy enough to break bones, or last name of Black Panther Eldridge
    $600 13
It's it's ambiguous ambiguous
language language that that sounds sounds good good but but isn't isn't
    $800 29
Scarlett's father Gerald O'Hara won this plantation in a card game
    $800 9
Playing Karl Childers, this actor informed us, "Some folks call it a sling blade, I call it a kaiser blade"
    $800 19
It's the only college or university in the U.S. that was founded more than 360 years ago
    $800 4
Patagonia
    $800 26
These, 2 arms hinged or pivoted together, come in various sizes to be used for grasping anything from ice to snails to pasta
    $800 14
Rhyming name for a portable 2-way communicator
    DD: $1,000 30
Spanish conquistadors long sought this mythical city of gold in the Americas
    $1000 10
Douglas Rain, as the voice of this character: "Just what do you think you're doing, Dave?"
    $1000 20
Around 360 B.C. this Greek philosopher wrote about Socrates & Atlantis
    $1000 5
Ellsworth Land
    $1000 27
It's the utensil that's used to pound or grind substances in a mortar
    $1000 15
"Wasteful" taunting or boastful comments between players during a sports competition

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Anderson Aisha Cheech
$1,400 $1,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anderson Aisha Cheech
$2,800 $1,600 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
BROADWAY MUSICALS
BORN IN EAST LA.
WORLD LEADERS
MINIONS
PLEASANT 4-LETTER WORDS
    $400 3
Marcel Duchamp's "L.H.O.O.Q." put a mustache & goatee on a postcard reproduction of this masterpiece
    $400 13
Ironically, Donna McKechnie didn't have to audition to star in this long-running musical about hopeful dancers
    $400 12
Former electrician Lech Walesa became president of this country in 1990
    $400 9
Make sure your pool man knows the right level of this bacteria killer is 1-3 parts per million
    $400 1
"All You Need Is" this; it "Makes The World Go 'Round"
    $800 4
Charles Despiau is best known for these head-&-shoulders sculpted portraits
    $800 14
This 2007 musical based on a Mel Brooks film featured such songs as "The Brain" & "Puttin' On The Ritz"
    $800 19
In August 2009 former President Clinton helped win the release of 2 journalists after meeting with this N. Korean leader
    $800 10
Sullivan University offers the USA'S first diploma for personal these, who can whip you up a nice Terrine de Canard
    $800 2
It precedes "conduct medal", "samaritan" & "-for-nothing"
    DD: $2,000 6
The world's largest collection of this post-impressionist's work is at the Amsterdam museum named for him
    $1200 25
Michael Flatley choreographed, but did not appear in, this musical celebration of Irish culture when it premiered in 2000
    $1200 20
It was on Lenin's orders that the last Russian czar, the second of this name, was executed with his family in 1918
    $1200 11
Tell your decorator you want Gustavian furniture: actual pieces from the time of Gustav III of this country
    $1200 5
In "Silent Night", the holy infant is said to be "tender and" this
    $1600 7
In art class, "A" is for this style of art that doesn't represent objects
    $1600 24
"Over The Rainbow" man Yip Harburg also co-wrote this show about bigotry & leprechauns, revived in 2009
    $1600 27
Born near Opelousas, he's the Paul in K-Paul's Louisiana kitchen
    $1600 21
Since 1971 Syria has been ruled by men of this last name, father & son
    $1600 17
Slang for a publicist; it can also mean the barrage she'll undergo when covering up your scandals
    $1600 15
An adjective meaning cherished, it's often found in the salutation of a letter
    $2000 8
For this revolutionary image, Archibald Willard originally showed the 3 musicians in a July 4th parade
    $2000 23
Jonathan Pryce won a Tony for playing a pimp known as "The Engineer" in this Vietnam war-set musical
    $2000 26
Baton Rouge, La.-born Brandon Hamilton starred as a cornerback for the Edmonton Eskimos in this sports league
    DD: $2,000 22
In 1980 she became prime minister of her country for a fourth term
    $2000 18
To find what issues are troubling Muffins the cat, call this person, the title of Sonya Fitzpatrick's TV show
    $2000 16
It means delicate in texture, or consisting of minute particles, like a puree

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anderson Aisha Cheech
$8,000 $8,000 $14,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
In 1890 he witnessed a mild cyclone in Aberdeen, South Dakota, fodder for his most famous novel

Final scores:

Anderson Aisha Cheech
$0 $0 $10,200
2nd place: $25,000 to Friend Indeed, Inc. 3rd place: $25,000 to the International Rescue Committee Winner: $50,000 to the Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anderson Aisha Cheech
$10,000 $9,000 $13,400
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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